New Study Links Multiple Infant Vaccines To Increased Death Rates
December 29, 2013 by Arjun Walia
From birth, children are bombarded with a variety of different vaccinations, just take a look at the immunization schedule for children in the United States. (here)
A new study published in the journal Vaccine has linked multiple infant vaccines to an increased rate of infant mortality.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24325827
The vaccines in question are the DTP, MV and YF vaccines. The DTP vaccine refers to a combination of vaccines against three diseases; diptheria, pertussis (whooping cough) and tetanus. MV refers to the measles vaccine and YF refers to the yellow fever vaccine.
Studies from low-income countries have indicated that the co-administration of these vaccines is associated with increased mortality.
Studies also indicate similar negative effects when the Pentavalent and YF vaccines are co-administrered.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24325827
Study Links Multiple Infant Vaccines To Increased Death Rates.

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“In 2007-2011, we conducted a randomized placebo-controlled trial of vitamin A at routine vaccination contacts among children aged 6-23 months in urban and rural Guinea-Bissau.
In the present study, we included 2331 children randomized to placebo who received live vaccines only (MV or MV+YF) or a combination of live and inactivated vaccines (MV+DTP or MV+YF+pentavalent).
Mortality was compared in Cox proportional hazards models stratified for urban/rural enrolment adjusted for age and unevenly distributed baseline factors.
In line with previous studies of DTP, the present results indicate that pentavalent vaccine co-administered with MV and YF is associated with increased mortality.”
This study comes out of Guinea-Bissau, a West African country.
It’s on par with other studies that have already created much cause for concern pointing to the fact that the co-administration of the DTP vaccine and the MV vaccine increases infant mortality.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21093496
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17092614
Over the past few years, multiple studies from all over the globe have shed light on the fact that some vaccines can indeed pose a threat to human health.
The mainstream continues to push vaccines as safe, effective and necessary, completely disregarding the unreported darker side to immunization.
The fact that infant mortality is sometimes correlated with the co-administration of vaccines shows the vaccines can be unsafe.
It’s a fact that is extremely opposed to the largely held belief that vaccination is always the best choice.
For anybody who has researched the subject, a realization that vaccinations may not always the best choice is becoming common even though many on the planet today still believe vaccines should in fact be mandatory!
Number of reasons to think about vaccinations
There are a number of reasons to think about it before vaccinating yourself or your child.
One reason is the multitude of studies available that indicate the potential danger of many vaccines, another reason is the fact that the vaccine manufactures are usually the ones funding the research.
Pharmaceutical sponsored medical research is what Doctors are given access too, completely disregarding publicly funded and unbiased research.
One great example is a study that uncovered the fact that the UK government in conjunction with multiple pharmaceutical companies knew about the potential dangers of vaccinations over 30 years ago.
You can read more about that here:
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http://www.ecomed.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/3-tomljenovic.pdf
It comes out of the University of British Colombia, dept. of Ophthalmology.
The belief that vaccines are extremely safe and effective comes from mass marketing and media.
If you look at the science, and the number of published peer-reviewed studies, as well as reviewed studies done by experts from around the world linking vaccines to potential harm, we see a completely different story.
It’s another great lesson on why we shouldn’t just believe what we are told with blind faith, and that there is more research to be done when it comes to vaccinations.
It’s important for us to listen to our intuition, and seek out information for ourselves.
These studies are done by experts, for experts by researchers and universities all across the world.
There is information on both sides of the coin, not just one.
More on vaccines from CE here
For article with comments and additional links — click here
My take on this is that with vaccines the medical profession is playing God.
As the medical profession used leeches to suck blood, which sometimes helped people, those with high blood pressure, but killed those with low blood pressure.
Taking vaccines is playing dice with yourself or your child.
Likely you will be in the majority and will not be affected, at least to the extent of injury or death.
For a few, injury or death is the situation.
There are also implications with the body's immune system.
For such diseases as polio, the weighing is different to that for such diseases as chicken-pox.
Then that which is being added to the vaccines should also be questioned.
Also research is showing that single vaccines taken show less harmful results than taking multiple vaccines at one time.
The number of vaccines taken into the body is a consideration, especially for a new-born.
I am grateful that I do not have to make such decisions for a child.
For myself, now that I am an adult and elderly, I do not take vaccines into my body.
I do take vitamin, mineral and herb supplements and take (Vitamin as named) D3 which is lanoline, refined sheep-fat, treated with sun rays — D3 has to be taken in high enough quantity to have effect for sustained health, a 10,000 IU capsule is about having 15 minutes in the sun.
This is not medical advice — I am not a medical doctor — it is merely stating how I have lived my life and live my life.
I had very few vaccines before the age of 21, less than three in total I believe, none multiple.
I have had no vaccines since.
Kewe — TheWE.cc
An email I sent December 29 2013
This is not medical advice because I am not a doctor.
Over the past eight years I have been taking d3 which is lanolin, refined sheep fat, treated with sun rays.
I take 20,000 IU's per hour if a cold or flu-like symptom occurs, until sleep.
Usually in the morning cold and flu symptoms are gone, but if they are still present or return during the day I take 20,000 IU's per hour, 2 x 10,000 IU capsules again until sleep or until the symptoms go away.
I reckon one 10,000 IU small capsule of d3 is about 15 minutes in the sun.
Somehow people don't seem to be out enough in the sun.
D3 has many other benefits to the body as the value of being in the sun effects every aspect of health integration.
I take C and E, a multiple vitamin/mineral, iodine and trace minerals and varied herbs including Turmeric and Curcumin (for oral hygiene and other reasons) but D3 I have found can be used in an over-the-counter medication fashion.
I have a high quantity of fruit and vegetables in my diet.
When I am not experiencing any cold or flu symptoms, which is most of the time, I take 10,000 IU or 20,000 IU per day
I do not take any other medication because for me personally I have not found I need any.
400 IU of D3 is 1µG — this ratio only applies to D3, different ratios apply to other products.
Again this is not medical advise — I am not a doctor — it is merely stating how I have lived my life and live my life.
Kewe — TheWE.cc
Vaccine pollution
This may sound familiar — the vaccine was promoted by national health organizations, the main stream news, schools, workplaces and on television to encourage everyone to get the jab.
More than 800 children across Europe have been diagnosed with this incurable neurological disorder and the evidence is overwhelming in the implication of the vaccine.
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ADHD does not exist
Two minutes to jot down a prescription may lead to years of consequences: short-term side effects of stimulants include loss of sleep, increased anxiety, irritability and mood problems.
Over the long term, use of these drugs can lead to unhealthy weight loss, poor concentration and memory, even reduced life expectancy or self-destructive behaviors not excluding suicide.
By Kyle Smith
January 4, 2014
Pop quiz: Is the proportion of American children suffering from the disease known as attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder . . .
a) Less than 5%, as we believed before the early 1990s?
b) More than 11%, and rising, as suggested by CDC statistics?
c) Zero?
The correct answer is (c), says neurologist Richard Saul in his forthcoming book, “ADHD Does Not Exist: The Truth About Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder” (HarperWave), which is sure to cause controversy when it comes out in February.
ADHD does not exist - two minutes to jot down a prescription may lead to years of consequences, short-term side effects of stimulants include loss of sleep, increased anxiety, irritability and mood problems.

Over the long term, use of ADHD drugs can lead to unhealthy weight loss, poor concentration and memory, even reduced life expectancy or self-destructive behaviors not excluding suicide.

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After a long career treating patients complaining of such problems as short attention spans and an inability to focus, Saul is convinced that ADHD is a collection of symptoms, not a disease, and shouldn’t be listed in the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual.
Treating ADHD as a disease is a huge mistake, according to Saul.   Imagine walking into a doctor’s office with severe abdominal pains and simply being prescribed painkillers.   Then you walk away, pain-free.   Later you die of appendicitis.
Patients show up at the clinic with their own ADHD diagnoses these days, simply because ADHD is in the air all around us — and because they want to score some delightful drugs like Adderall or Ritalin, or because their parents want an easy way to get them to sit down and shut up.
Adderall and Ritalin are stimulants, though, and the more you take them the more you develop a tolerance for them, which can lead to a dangerous addiction spiral.
The term attention deficit disorder was made official in 1980, when it appeared in that year’s edition of the DSM (the label changed to ADHD seven years later).   Subsequent editions have steadily loosened the definition, and diagnoses have skyrocketed accordingly — from 7.8% in 2003 to 9.5% in 2007 to 11% in 2011.   That’s one in nine children, two-thirds of them boys, who are being slapped with the ADHD label.   Two-thirds of these children have been prescribed a stimulant.
“ADHD makes a great excuse,” Saul notes.
“The diagnosis can be an easy-to-reach-for crutch.   Moreover, there’s an attractive element to an ADHD diagnosis, especially in adults — it can be exciting to think of oneself as involved in many things at once, rather than stuck in a boring rut.”
In private practice, Saul found himself wondering, what other problems do these patients have besides being easily distracted? One girl he treated, it turned out, was being disruptive in class because she couldn’t see the blackboard.   Correct diagnois: myopia.   She needed glasses, not drugs.
A 36-year-old man who complained about his addiction to online games and guessed he had ADHD, it turned out, was drinking too much coffee and sleeping only four to five hours a night.   Correct diagnosis: sleep deprivation.   He needed blackout shades, a white-noise machine and a program that shut all his devices off at midnight.
A young man who asked, “Can’t you just ask me a few questions and write me a prescription?” simply left the office when Saul started probing too deeply into whatever was ailing him.
One by one, nearly all of Saul’s patients turned out to have some disease other than ADHD, such as Tourette’s, OCD, fragile X syndrome (a genetic mutation linked to mental retardation), autism, fetal alcohol syndrome, learning disabilities or such familiar conditions as substance abuse, poor hearing or even giftedness.   A boy who was disruptive and inattentive in math class (but no other) was, simply, bored by the material and needed to be advanced a grade to regain his concentration.
In a few cases, there was simply no diagnosis.   One adult who thought she had ADHD and had been prescribed stimulants by another doctor got a different take from Saul.   He advised her to instead return to her habit of exercising regularly and cut back on work hours.
“I now realize it wasn’t ADHD,” she told him later, pleased with the progress she made as a result.   “It was just life.”
The explosion in ADHD diagnoses and related prescriptions of stimulants is not without substantial costs.   Potentially addictive drugs are not to be given out like Skittles.
“I know of far too many colleagues,” Saul writes, “who are willing to write a prescription for a stimulant with only a cursory examination of the patient, such as the ‘two-minute checklist,’ for ADHD.”
Two minutes to jot down a prescription may lead to years of consequences: short-term side effects of stimulants include loss of sleep, increased anxiety, irritability and mood problems.   Over the long term, use of these drugs can lead to unhealthy weight loss, poor concentration and memory, even reduced life expectancy or self-destructive behaviors not excluding suicide.
New York Post article   January 4, 2014
News.com.au article   January 6, 2014
HarperCollins.com   ADHD Does not Exist   by Richard Saul
ADHD does not exist - two minutes to jot down a prescription may lead to years of consequences, short-term side effects of stimulants include loss of sleep, increased anxiety, irritability and mood problems.

Over the long term, use of ADHD drugs can lead to unhealthy weight loss, poor concentration and memory, even reduced life expectancy or self-destructive behaviors not excluding suicide.

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Drugging of our children
Eric Harris age 17 — first on Zoloft then Luvox — and Dylan Klebold aged 18 —Colombine school shooting in Littleton, Colorado — killed 12 students and 1 teacher, and wounded 23 others, before killing themselves.
Jeff Weise, age 16, had been prescribed 60 mg/day of Prozac — three times the average starting dose for adults! — when he shot his grandfather, his grandfather’s girlfriend and many fellow students at Red Lake, Minnesota.   He then shot himself — 10 dead, 12 wounded.
Cory Baadsgaard, age 16, Wahluke, Washington state High School, was on Paxil — which caused him to have hallucinations — when he took a rifle to his high school and held 23 classmates hostage.   He has no memory of the event.
     ADHD does not exist — Richard Saul      
     32% of male convicts and 41% of female convicts previously used ADHD medication as children     
       People previously having ADHD drugs likely to commit burglary or theft     
Stuart Pape of the National Yogurt Association has petitioned the FDA twice to allow aspartame in yogurt and dairy products unlabeled.
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Gary G. Kohls, MD, Duluth, MN — list of violent drugged children and young adults:
John Jacob Cannell MD has an alternate explanation for these malevolencies of the body and mind.    He believes the cause may be due to a deficiency in the named 'Vitamin D.'
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They will keep trying until they do kill most of us
Agent Orange treated corn and soy coming to US - USDA approved.

They will keep trying until they do kill most of us

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What they do not tell the public is that they are using HEK 293 — human embryonic kidney cells taken from an electively aborted baby to produce those receptors.
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